Newbie Basics
Links to get you started!!
Polymer Clay Central

spot.gif (316 bytes) Polymer Clay Central

Polymer ClayCyclopedia
http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/cyclopedia/contents.html

Polymer Clay Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/pcc/openfaq.html

The Liquid Sculpey FAQ
Using Powders With Polymer Clay FAQ
The Polymer Clay FAQ
How To Host A Swap FAQ

Polymer Clay Central Master Index http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/masterindex.html

Articles
Book Reviews
Lessons, Projects, Instructions
Guest Chat Logs
Online Interviews
PCC Archives
Tips and Tidbits
Past Polymer Clay Central Challenges
Past Polymer Clay Central Contests

Basic Introductory Clay Project http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/beginner1.html

spot.gif (316 bytes) Ziggybeth

Color Mixing http://thepolyparrot.com/colors.html
Clay Tools http://thepolyparrot.com/toolbox.html
Skinner Blends and Templates http://thepolyparrot.com/blends.html
Covering Bic Pens http://thepolyparrot.com/pens.html
Sculpted Flower Beads http://thepolyparrot.com/beadless.html

spot.gif (316 bytes) Cane Theory - http://www.pcpolyzine.com/october2001/canetheory.html

Taking the fear out of caning by explaining their simplicity.

spot.gif (316 bytes) Polymer Clay Tests - http://www.gigagraphica.com/poly/polyclay.html

"I conducted my own non-scientific tests on five different polymer clays commonly used by artisans and crafters. I was curious about sculpting qualities as well as the durability of cured clays. Here are the results I found. These were my own conclusions. You may get different results in your own tests." author unknown

spot.gif (316 bytes) The Glass Attic http://www.glassattic.com/

In her own words: "Welcome to Diane Black's "encyclopedia" of information on polymer clay. Here you'll find over 90 categories (1500 pages) of information relating to all polymer techniques... plus lessons, supply sources, tools and problem solving (as well as polymer photography, business, teaching, finding inspiration, etc.) Each category contains many links to examples for illustration, and often to lessons as well. (In case you wonder, I named my site Glass Attic because after I'd stored such huge amounts of info up in my "attic," it seemed a shame to keep it all to myself ... I wanted others to be able to look into my attic too. My own photos, diagrams and even more lessons are to come.)"

spot.gif (316 bytes) Lime Green Evolution - Carolyn Hasenfratz

Lesson 1: Introduction and Making Textured Beads http://www.ezl.com/~limegr/polymer.html
Lesson 2: High Contrast Colors http://www.ezl.com/~limegr/polymer2.html - How to get good definition in your canes using contrast.
Lesson 3: Analagous Colors http://www.ezl.com/~limegr/polymer3.html - How to mix similar colors and build a cane with it.

spot.gif (316 bytes)spot.gif (316 bytes) Katherine Dewey at Elvenworks

Tips and Techniques Compiled by Katherine Dewey http://www.elvenwork.com/tips.html

spot.gif (316 bytes) The Polymer Clayspot

Introductory Basics http://www.jaedworks.com/clayspot/polyclay-faq/basics.html

Choosing & Mixing Clay
Conditioning Polymer Clay
Using the Food Processor
Using the Pasta Machine
Forming Clay Pieces
Firing Polymer Clay
Finishing Clay Pieces
Storing Polymer Clay
Canework
Using Stone Clays
Using Translucent Clays
Molding & Sculpting
Creating Surface Effects
Making Polymer Clay Jewelry
Safety & Cl eanup
Equipment
More Information Sources

spot.gif (316 bytes) Sculpey Company

Projects https://www.sculpey.com/create/

spot.gif (316 bytes) Desiree http://www.desiredcreations.com/howTo_Desk.htm

Basic Pasta Queen and Atlas Pasta Machine Maintenance
Advanced Pasta Queen (and Atlas*) Machine Maintenance
Advanced Trattorina Pasta Machine Maintenance
How To Make Hands

 

Tutorials
Shopping
Links for Newbies


Home
Polymer Clay Projects
Papermaking

Email Me:
webmistress
AT
sunnibergeron.com
DOT
com


Online Jigsaw Puzzles of my polymer clay projects or
Online Jigsaw Puzzles of photographs I've taken in Oregon

Different desktop backgrounds.
Different craft offerings for your enjoyment. My way of saying thank you!

1) Coathanger Christmas Tree
2) Coathanger Wreath
3) Origami Giftbox
4) Tiny Hinges


Copyright 2004-2013 Colleen D. Bergeron.
Last revised: February 20 2013